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W. Nirschl presents the first dual use Symphony and Jazz tenor trombone. Recognizing a need for a working musician’s trombone, the design team at W. Nirschl has created the first trombone versatile enough to go from symphony orchestra or concert band to recording studio and night club. This was accomplished by means of a detachable mouthpipe system that accommodates two very different venturi tubes. One tube accommodates a bass shank mouthpiece and is well suited to symphony and concert band. The alternate venturi tube starts with a small bore tenor shank and gradually tapers into the larger bore of the trombone.
This requires a longer carefully graduated mouthpipe. Without changing instruments or handslides, this provides the player the support and resistance heretofore only available with small bore tenor trombones or smaller handslides. This new approach allows the working musician to travel the subway with one instrument and be prepared for whatever music is on the stand when he gets to his gig. This also makes the H-700-LQ the ideal instrument for the aspiring musician who owns only one professional trombone. The incredibly low price makes this affordable for students purchasing their first F-attachment trombone and may be the only one they will ever need. Includes gig bag.
• 8 ½” Yellow brass bell
• .547” bore
• Detachable mouthpipe system with tenor shank and bass shank venturi tubes.
• Rose brass outer slide tubes
• Chrome plated nickel silver inner slide tubes
• Nickel silver handslide crook
• .562” bore F-Attachment
• Cloth covered gig case with back-pack straps